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Architecture professor appeared on 'Charlotte Talks'

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Emily Makas, architecture, and visiting World Trade Center Memorial designer Michael Arad were guests on WFAE’s “Charlotte Talks.” They discussed the memorial and the relationship between architecture and cities, memory and identity.

Emily Makas, architecture, and visiting World Trade Center Memorial designer Michael Arad were guests on WFAE’sCharlotte Talks.” They discussed the memorial and the relationship between architecture and cities, memory and identity.

McEntire quoted in Charlotte Observer

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Tina McEntire, enrollment management, provided comments for the Charlotte Observer story “Largest fresh class at UNCC ever – again.”

Tina McEntire, enrollment management, provided comments for the Charlotte Observer story “Largest fresh class at UNCC ever – again.”

Daniel interviewed for Lake Norman News story

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Janet Daniel, OASES, was interviewed for the story “Scholarship helps ease re-entry to college life” published in the Lake Norman News and online by the Charlotte Observer.

Janet Daniel, OASES, was interviewed for the story “Scholarship helps ease re-entry to college life” published in the Lake Norman News and online by the Charlotte Observer.

Szmer interviewed for AP article related to DNC

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John Szmer, political science and public administration, was quoted in the AP article “Upset with DNC location, Unions Hold Own Rally” published numerous websites, including Huffington Post and ABC News.

John Szmer, political science and public administration, was quoted in the AP article “Upset with DNC location, Unions Hold Own Rally” published numerous websites, including Huffington Post and ABC News.

Goldfield provides comments for Street and AP stories

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David Goldfield, history, provided comments for the story “Obama Will Be Renominated in the Last Confederate Capital” published on the website the Street and the AP article “Charlotte welcomes Democrats and national coverage” carried nationally in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

David Goldfield, history, provided comments for the story “Obama Will Be Renominated in the Last Confederate Capital” published on the website the Street and the AP article “Charlotte welcomes Democr

Heberlig among guests on 'Charlotte Talks' panel

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Eric Heberlig, political science and public administration, was among the guests on WFAE’s “Charlotte Talks” that discussed the Democratic National Convention and the party platform.

Eric Heberlig, political science and public administration, was among the guests on WFAE’sCharlotte Talks” that discussed the Democratic National Convention and the party platform.

Huett interviewed about new bachelor's degree

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Yvette Huet, interim chair of kinesiology, was interviewed for the Charlotte Observer article “Studying sleep, by degrees, at UNCC, UNC Chapel Hill.”

Yvette Huet, interim chair of kinesiology, was interviewed for the Charlotte Observer article “Studying sleep, by degrees, at UNCC, UNC Chapel Hill.” She also talked about the bachelor’s degree in

Kropf appears on 'Charlotte Talks'

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Marth Kropf, political science, served as a guest on WFAE’s “Charlotte Talks,” where the panel discussed election run-offs.

Marth Kropf, political science, served as a guest on WFAE’sCharlotte Talks,” where the panel discussed election run-offs.

Furuseth, Kozar interviewed by WCNC

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Owen Furuseth and Jonathan Kozar, metropolitan studies and extended academic programs, were interviewed for the WCNC segment “New census figures show Charlotte among fastest-growing cities.”

Owen Furuseth and Jonathan Kozar, metropolitan studies and extended academic programs, were interviewed for the WCNC segment “New census figures show Charlotte among fastest-growing cities.”

Carter comments for WSOC

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Tony Carter, financial aid, provided comments for the WSOC-TV piece “Student loan rate change could add more stress to graduates.”

Tony Carter, financial aid, provided comments for the WSOC-TV piece “Student loan rate change could add more stress to graduates.”

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